Oh oh. Would you?

For some weird reason I do like the look. African men wear versions of this without the lycra and paint their faces doing tribal dances. So what’s the difference? They make theirs out of leaves or straws usually.

Fashion: Men in skirts ..’ – https://Aremuorin.me

I thought you said African men don’t wear #skirts? I refuse to be ignorant of my power as a strong & gifted melanated black man.

I covered this storyline 2 years ago and some black people where raising eyebrows and flaring their nostrils. Nothing’s changed.

I ask again. Why are black people always the last to #know? – #In14Way

Black people have influenced everything that’s ever existed; now, unto infinity. From culture to religion, or sociology, to politics. If your friends aren’t telling you the truth they are not your true #friends ..’

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Damien Hirst faltered; miserably, trying to appropriate African art recently in Vienna. He got savaged by the media and its original authors and owners online worldwide when he attempted to take credit for Nigerian indigenous art from the Yoruba tribe. Epic fail.

African dynasty is the hub of civilisation (Eve Gene). From Zulu warriors to Egyptian dynasties and science. Talk about even appropriating classical instruments like the piano and harp that became westernized originating from Africa. Yes. Africa is the source. The hub. We were before the interference, politics, slavery and corruption ..’

Dancing around fires doing citations. Cultural appropriation to a ‘T’. Plus the dude has swag for days. Props to him.

My point exactly

And more so
Furthermore
African warriors in skirts
Westernized
Even so
Now cool like beckams
What’s your take
Even celebrities
Now fashion talks

It’s interesting what you find when you get your head out of culture and religion that are bias as fcuk. I call it hypocrisy. There’s hardly anything that’s not been done reincarnating ..’ I think I am going to rock one of these one summer.

Some days I wish I wasn’t a black man. Everything about it says I am not your average black man. It’s time I embrace every uniqueness about me in all its regality and glory. I feel no different to those who bleach their skin or straighten their hair.

Thou, those are extreme ends of the spectrum and dialogue. I feel I have found the right to bleach my mind free of every negative dogma killing my kind.

Aremuorin – http://Aremuorin.me

The #blackrace is not #ready to be free. They #love mental #slavery. That’s why they self hate their own ..’

Can I be Me by Nick Bloomfield is released on the 16th of June 2017.

#MercyfulGrace #GodFirst #Aremuorin

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Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Jazz, Soul-R&B Multi Award Winning Indie Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer. No1, 49+ Weeks, Jazz Charts.

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Now Who Are You To Judge

​I despise dogma. Especially, religious dogma! Go read your bible and pray on it, for divine revelations, before you minister to people.  There is a huge difference between those who were raised on the bible, (before they could talk) and those who picked up the bible last night. Some where dragged up on the bible, while some were raised on it. I was raised on it. Does not make me perfect. It makes me wise.

If you don’t want me to speak to you on the things you don’t want to hear – don’t come at me, with what you just read, last night, that you don’t know how to process, yet! I have great spiritual gifts – that you would make your jaw, drop, to the glory of God. Don’t make me go there. 

Aremuorin – ‘When The Clock Ticks’:

There’s a difference btw ‘being given, blessed’ and taken for granted! Go Figure! Many a time, I choose to rise above it. But comes a time – when you must fight, for what you know, is right.

All I’m saying is, even if I cut my head off, and give it to them, they will still have something not nice to say about me. It’s comforting to know who you are deep within. At the end of the day. God only approves and totally disapproves. It’s shocking how envy is the root of hatred. Mercy!

Mathew 7:21 :: “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven!
Now, who are you to judge?

Àrèmúorin – Anthony Everest is a Jazz, Soul-R&B Multi Award Winning Indie Singer-Songwriter, Author, Producer. No1, 49+ Weeks, Jazz Charts.

(C) 2016 MercyfulGrace
All  Rights Reserved